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Beaver County Pioneer Library
201 Douglas Avenue
Beaver, OK 73932
(580) 625-3076
Fax (580) 625-3076

Monday through Thursday 10 to 6
and Saturday 9 to 12

summer reading program musical familysummer reading program

 

Welcome

Home of No Man’s Land, history of the Old West, Outlaws and the Dust Bowl Days in Beaver County.

Basic Adult computer classes!

The Library will be HOLDING A bASIC ADULT COMPUTER CLASS

AUGUST 25-28, 2014

FOR SIGN-UP OR MORE INFORMATION CALL:

580-625-3076

 

Support Your Library

An investment in libraries is an investment in the community. Volunteers and donations are always appreciated!

We are creating an area with seating to bring reading programs outside. Help us promote the library and improve the downtown area. We are able to utilize our park area during our summer reading program. It is also a great place for a picnic!!

Library Park

 

 

 

 

Summer reading2014

 

2014 SUMMER READING

FIZZ, BOOM, READ!

Every Thursday in June with a ending bash July 3rd.

We are having great fun in our morning session!

Honey Bees and Beekeeping

There will be presenters, science experiments, reading, crafts and much more. Come on in and have a great time!!

1:00PM PROGRAM SCHEDULE:

JUNE 5TH-STEVE CRAWFORD

Steve Crawford

JUNE 12TH-THE MAD SCIENTIST

Mad Science

JUNE 19TH- OKLAHOMA WATER BOARD

JUNE 26TH-AMAZING MICHAEL

Children under 10 years of age must be accompanied by a parent. This a free program and will be packed with Science fun!!

Parents, don't let your readers fall behind this summer. Let the Library help you. We will challenge them ad have a lot of fun!!

 

The Library is getting new books in and would love for you to come in and browse.

 

 

Useful Website

Don't forget to enter by

August 31, 2014

College Savings Plan Sweepstakes

Learn more at:

www.OK4saving.org


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